The Inspector-General of Police, George Akuffo Dampare after paying the medical bills of the arise Ghana demonstrator Eric Kwabena Dartey who was admitted to the hospital after he was arrested by the police following the chaotic scenes that marred Tuesday’s demonstration in Ghana has got a lot of attention by the victim and the general public.
It is noted that after the victim was treated in the hospital and discharged, he had only Gh¢ 5 in his pocket and was not able to pay his hospital bills but the IGP after visiting him in the hospital gave him Gh¢1000.00 to pay for his bill and keep the rest for himself as pocket money.
The victim who is overwhelmed by the act of the IGP but in his countless efforts to meet him face to face to thank him has through air gratefu6 thanked him for his kindness and generosity towards him.
“I was at the hospital when they said the IGP wanted to talk to me and check up on my condition. After he spoke to me he sent me GHC1000 to foot my bills and also keep some as pocket money. I have been trying since then to get access to him to thank him but I have not succeeded. I’m grateful to him,” he said.
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